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new mexico, north texas, panhandle of oklahoma across kansas, missouri, southern indiana and illinois this is where light snow is heading your way. winter weather advisory means slippery travel but not a blockbuster event and cancel your events. travel with care especially northern, the panhandle of oklahoma, up through kansas this morning the snow is breaking out shown here in white. we'll be watching missouri. traveling interstate 70 during the morning hours. that's where you'll deal with snowy weather and this will continue through much of the day. we just changed over to snow in joplin. interstate 44 right now mostly rain but we'll watch interstate 70 later today. that's a troublesome drive and a major thoroughfare. one to three inches from indianapolis to st. louis to kansas city to wichita including areas around topeka, kansas. other areas of the country won't see much snow. very cold. northern new england very cold. boston is at 22. maine is in the single digits with negative numbers in the northern plains. very cold out there today. minneapolis, fargo, duluth, and that cold a
. and eventually here through missouri. also into indiana and illinois, especially the southern portions of those states. right now the winter radar warm enough that it's just rain in oklahoma city. throughout dallas, ft. worth, the ozarks, missouri. warm enough primary for rain. the white is starting to show up as snow. if you're traveling in kansas this morning, that will probably be the worst of it. as far as snow accumulations go, we're talking not a big blockbuster event. one to three inches in wichita, southern indiana, southern illinois. again, a coating of snow during the day today. tonight through the new year's. and temperatures are very cold this morning, too. especially up here, negative numbers in north dakota and minnesota. a little nippy in new england, too. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at weather outside your window. as far as snow accumulations, again, kansas city to st. louis, only a couple inches. maybe two at most. now, temperatures are above freezing. so we may even get the roads just wet as we go throughout the daylight hours. watch out tonight,
: the senator from missouri. mr. blunt: i thank the president for yielding. let me first of all join my colleague from indiana in expressing my concern about where we are on taxes and spending and my hope that we get somewhere and get somewhere quickly. we have certainly brought this down to the last moment. many people on this floor for months have talked about the importance of certainty as it relates to our economy moving forward, of certainty as it relates to family farms and small businesses whether they can stay in the next generation of that family or not, and i hope we can achieve those things in the next coming hours as we finish this day and whatever it takes to create that level of certainty at the highest possible levels of how it impacts american individuals and families will be important. the kinds of things that we're hearing about the agreement that we might be able to go forward generally sound like that they for most americans solve problems that have been out there now for a decade. temporary tax policies, even tax policies that last for a decade, particularly when th
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to see you in the chair and i congratulate you on your magnificent service to the people of missouri and the nation. i rise in strong support of s. 1440, to re-authorize the 2006 preemie act, provide important continued research, education and intervention in the national effort to reduce preterm birth. madam speaker, our nation's premature birth rate is one of the highest in the world, and as the leading cause of newborn death in the united states, infants born just a few weeks too soon can face serious health challenges and are at risk for life-long risk of disabilities. premature births costs our economy billions of dollars per year. and while the medical community has made great strides in identifying the risk factors associated with premature births, far too many premature births have no known cause. that's why the members of the house and senate have worked in a bipartisan and bicameral fashion to re-authorize the 2006 preemie act so that we may continue to spur innovative solutions that will ultimately lead not just to healthier babies but lower annual health care costs. i tha
on tape, if that's indeed him. while today, another family in missouri came forward to claim their prize. and talk about the shock of it all and how they chose those numbers. here's abc's alex perez. >> reporter: two years ago, mark hill and his wife, cindy, were both unemployed. today, they are powerball jackpot millionaires. >> i was shaking. i called my husband, and i said, "i think i'm having a heart attack." >> reporter: but she didn't. and the family today accepted their $293,750,000 check at the high school where they both met, in the town where they still live, in teeny, tiny, dearborn, missouri. mark immediately called his boss at the mile hereshire brands factory, where he works packaging hot dogs, to let them know he's not coming in. >> you know, i only talked to my boss over the phone. he didn't believe me. >> reporter: and those winning numbers, not jersey numbers from royals hall of fame players as first rumored -- just quick pick. the hill's son, cody, says the millions won't define this family. >> my dad always said that money doesn't really make a person, just makes life
of the continental u.s. and missouri is the lowest. 3.01. missouri has the only major city we found with the average price of regular we called a two handle. and in the next hour, the gas buddy joins us and where you can find the cheapest gas in your area. and 10:45. new figures from the u.s. census bureau shows about 100,000 more people left california than moved in. that's a net out migration in 2011. shockingly enough, mike reagan was not one of them. he joins us now bright and early from los angeles. thank you for getting up so early in los angeles, we appreciate it, mike. now-- >> you've got it. thank you very much. stuart: i thought i'd get you out, sorry about that. why are all of these people leaving? conventional wisdom has it, it's taxes, taxes, taxes. is it something more? >> how about lack the education? the school system used to be number one is now 49th in the country and taxes another reason for it, cost of living another reason for it and no vision into the future that's going to get better and somebody said in california the houses are free. and the weather is what costs you money.
into the area in missouri there are exposed rock pinnacles, which would impede transit of any motor vehicles and vessels traveling into the waterway. we're looking for a complete shut down of that area. a lot of river has muddy and sandy bottoms and channel with sustained low water has been drug out by the current. we have a fixed bottom in this area occupied by rock pinnacles. this will prove to be impasseable by any boats and barges. it will effectively close the river in this area. melissa: is there anything anyone can do or is it up just to a raindance and praying for the wetory change? >> well rain would certainly help. what we've asked for is a formal declaration of an emergency by the president and by team -- fema that would expedite the process to blast some of the rock pinnacles out with dine mitt that would make the area passable. we're facing a lower water situation coupled by the water flowing out of the missouri river which is a huge, huge tributary to the upper mississippi area, is now being reduced even further. so you have a drought situation. also coupled by the fact that fl
computers in maryland are not designed to check out of state tickets. back in the small town in missouri where the hill family says they will remain, there are corrections, information that the jerseys led to the winning numbers was a coincidence. the ticket was a quick pick. >> although we love the royals, so -- >> reporter: oh, and locals have made it very clear to everyone this town is not called dearborn. >> dearborn. >> reporter: the family here says they do plan to share the wealth. among the causes close to their hearts, adoption, something that they say they may now do again. brian? >> kerry sanders in dearborn, missouri tonight, thank you. >>> and tonight, a huge weather system is causing trouble on the west coast, bringing heavy rain, lightning and snow to a region that is now really at capacity, and sadly, there is more weather on the way. nbc's miguel almaguer in san francisco for us, where i have noticed the skies are darker behind you over the last hour, miguel. >> reporter: yeah, brian, good evening, after getting hammered by wind and rain today, finally a brief break here
was sold in arizona. the other sold to a husband and wife from missouri. and today they joked that their family is going to have a pretty good christmas. >> the hill family. come on up. >> cindy and mark hill of dearborn missouri bought one of the two winning tickets for the 588 million-dollar power ball. >> and i was thinking is that the right numbers ? is that the right numbers ? and i was shaking and i called my husband and i said i think i'm having a heart attack. >> it is a giant reversal of fortune nor the hills who were high school sweethearts. cindy's been out of work for two years. mark is a mechanic. he says the reality hasn't quite sunk in. >> we had to get tooth paste and stuff like that. so i found myself in the store still looking at the prices of stuff. >> their lump sum payment comes to $192 million. they're planning to set up college funds for relatives and give to charity. they want to keep their four children grounded. >> jaden what did you want for christmas? >> pony. >> the hills adopted jade reason if china five years ago. they say with their new fortune
. the other winning ticket sold to a husband and wife in missouri, who joked that their family is going to have a pretty good christmas. >> cindy and mark hill of dearborn, missouri, bought one of the two winning tickets for the $588 million powerball. >> and i was thinking, is that the right numbers? is that the right numbers? and i was shaking. i called my husband. i said, i think i'm having a heart attack. >> reporter: it is a giant reversal of fortune for the hills, who were high school sweethearts. cindy has been out of work for two years. mark is a mechanic. he says the reality hasn't quite sunk in. >> i had to get like toothpaste and stuff like that, so i found myself in the store still looking at the prices and stuff. >> reporter: their lump-sum payment comes to $192 million. they're planning to set up college funds for their relatives and give to charity. they want to keep their four children grounded, though their youngest already has big dreams for christmas. >> what did you want for christmas? >> a pony. >> reporter: they say with their new fortune, they're considering a sec
a propane exchange then the lights went out. >> reporter: blizzard conditions in kentucky, missouri, illinois and ohio. in ohio national weather service some places could get more than a foot of snow thousands without power and flights are cancelled. indiana could see nine to 11 inches of snow today. the mayor of indianapolis has shutdown all city services, except police and fire. one last image, this is missouri, this storm system moving toward new england, bringing the possibility of more tornadoes to the coastal carolinas. more than 900 flights have been cancelled across the united states today. sfo reporting some delays to newark, philadelphia and dallas ft. worth. >>> saw people throwing out salt to melt some of the snow. happening now in the bay area computer software problem causing delays between 5 and 30 minutes on caltrain. a spokeswoman says the glitch is causing a problem with the signals, delays of more than an hour when service began in morning. caltrain is using a back-up system and they hope to have trains on time by the evening. >>> we know it is the day after chris
: blizzard conditions in kentucky, missouri, illinois and ohio. in ohio national weather service some places could get more than a foot of snow thousands without power and flights are cancelled. indiana could see nine to 11 inches of snow today. the mayor of indianapolis has shutdown all city services, except police and fire. one last image, this is missouri, this storm system moving toward new england, bringing the possibility of more tornadoes to the coastal carolinas. more than 900 flights have been cancelled across the united states today. sfo reporting some delays to newark, philadelphia and dallas ft. worth. >>> saw people throwing out salt to melt some of the snow. happening now in the bay area computer software problem causing delays between 5 and 30 minutes on caltrain. a spokeswoman says the glitch is causing a problem with the signals, delays of more than an hour when service began in morning. caltrain is using a back-up system and they hope to have trains on time by the evening. >>> we know it is the day after christmas, let the returns begin. >> we'll have tips for making your r
is the severe weather side. there's enough strong and severe weather out ahead of it, arkansas and missouri we can deal with the storm there. we will deal with lake-effect snow friday and saturday. how much snow are we talking about? that little area through central parts of nebraska, a possibility of a foot of snow. and ten inches possible for wisconsin down to central portions of iowa. finally we have to watch out for that severe weather threat. areas of yellow, late tonight into tomorrow morning, possibility of isolated tornadoes. watch out missouri, arkansas and louisiana. >> thank you very much. >> a little bit of everything. >> sounds nasty. thanks for that. >>> this next video is shocking. talk about a wild ride. this youtube video shows what appears to be a golden eagle swooping down on a child in canada and trying to fly away. though the child was dropped from the air, it wasn't hurt. golden eagles are one of the largest birds in north america. kills me to look at that. >>> two women sue over an extremely public cavity search caught on dash cam. >>> and the instagram controversy gets
'll be watching missouri traveling interstate 70 during the morning hours. that's where you deal with snowy weather and this will continue through much of the day. we just changed over to snow in joplin. interstate 44 right now mostly rain but we'll watch interstate 70 later today. that could be a troublesome drive and a major thoroughfare through the middle of the heartland. this is not a big huge event. one to three inches from indianapolis to st. louis to kansas city to wichita including areas around topeka kansas. other areas of the country won't see much snow today. very cold, though. northern new england very cold. boston is at 22. maine in the single digits with negative numbers in the northern plains. so it's going to be very cold out there today. minneapolis, fargo, duluth and eventually that cold air will head towards chicago late tonight to tomorrow. one spot in this country that i wouldn't want to stand outside in the cold and wait for a ball to drop is in the northern plains. not bad in new york city later on tonight. >> negative temperatures. yikes. >> coldest air of the seaso
with the admission of missouri as a slave state in the future of slavery in the louisiana purchase which was much more than the state of louisiana that cover almost all the territory. the missouri compromise. 1832 and 33, the nullification controversy between the state of south carolina and the federal government was also settled by compromise. finally, from late 1840's, the battle over the future of slavery and the territory one from mexico and as the mexican cession following the mexican war was settled by the compromise of 1850. and does he look at these four examples, precedent and tradition replace another such settlement to take place in 1860-61. the chief issue between the republicans and the south involved slavery, but not slavery in the 15 states where it existed. almost all americans in 1860, republicans included cult believed that the constitution protected slavery in the states where it existed. the critical questions was slavery in the national territories. the territories and by the nation that have not yet become states. the great plains and rocky mountains, west of the rocky mount
. they're taking thousands of pounds of hay. this is probay problem and here to tell us about is missouri farm president blake hours. i don't mean to make light of this, but when we hearing abou hay thieves it sounded ridiculous. when you realize how much it is worth and how big of a problem it is i can see why it is happening. how big of a problem is it, blake? >> missouri is made up of 114 counties. each hay theft is handled by the local sheriff. so i don't have any, don't have any statewide statistics but ccording to the ag task force that handles the agrime the third leading thing stolen from farmers in missouri after cattle rustling and, and metal theft or salvage theft. melissa: serious enough problem that we were reading about one instance where local authorities hid a fps tracker inside a bale of hay they thought would get stolen because this is big enough problem they're out there working on this. he programmed it so that it would call his cell phone or the bail was moved. sure enough they found hay thieves stealing a bale of hay. they're trying to get ahead of the problem. it i
al ganador del premio gordo del packers bol en missouri y parece un video del posible afortunado de arizona. >>> autos de lujo, variedad de autos sÚper modernos para todos los gustos. >>> la ediciÓn viernes del noticiero telemundo comienza ya. >>> (♪). >>> noticiero telemundo con joÉe dÍaz-balart. >>> buenas tardes comienzo el noticiero en new york donde las personas rinden tributo a hÉctor el macho camacho que serÁ sepultado maÑana en el bronx luego de procesiÓn por el barrio que lo vio crecer y formarse como uno de los mejores boxeadores hispanos a nivel mundial. >>> hoy sangre de sus seguidores asistieron a una misa de cuerpo presente en manhattan, vamos con los detalles desde new york. >>> grito ando y con la bandera de puerto rico, una multitud estuvo en las calle del sector del barrio, para rendirle tributo a el macho camacho. >>> macho es el barrio, es de nosotros, del barrio. >>> me da sentimiento, porque era bueno, y me gustaba cuando decÍa, seguro!. >>> camacho!. >>> te queremos. >>> tras un largo recorrido que comenzÓ en puerto rico, los restos de una de las g
in kansas city, missouri, and across much of the football world after a horrible tragedy that has left an nfl star player and his girlfriend dead in an apparent murder-suicide. police say kansas city chiefs linebacker jovan belcher shot the 22-year-old woman before he headed to the stadium he was expected to play in tomorrow afternoon. it was there he turned the gun on himself. thanh truong joins us from arrowhead stadium in kansas city. good evening. >> reporter: good evening to you. arrowhead stadium is a symbol of pride for this city and the kansas city chiefs but there is a lot of sorrow here right now after a deadly day ended not far from where i'm standing. shortly before 8:00 this morning, gunfire erupted at this kansas city suburban home. >> when we arrived, a lady came out and said her daughter had been shot by her boyfriend several times inside the residence. we went in the residence. she was taken to the local hospital where she died a short time later. >> reporter: just ten minutes later at arrowhead stadium a man with a gun. >> we got a call at the arrowhead stadium to the
. a foggy morning from des moines, chicago, st. louis and columbus. showers from northern missouri to green bay. near record highs in the midwest. also unseasonably warm for the east coast. >> we'll take it. 60 here in new york. 70 in atlanta. 80 in dallas. near 70 from indianapolis and kansas city. 70s in the southeast. 50s in the pacific northwest. >> not that we'd know it because it's 25 degrees in the studio today. >> like i like it. >>> when we come back, fasten your seat belts. airline executives are cooking up new ways to hit you with fees. >> just what we wanted to hear. >>> then, went what wrong. the search for answers in the murder/suicide case involving nfl linebacker jovan belcher. >>> and later, prepare for landing. the amazing time-lapsed video that shows just how busy our skies really are. >>> and welcome back, everyone. there's another recall for the brand-new ford escape that affects about 73,000 2013 models with 1.6 liter engines that could catch fire. another 16,000 fusions, they're also being recalled. ford isn't sure what it's going to do to fix the problem but owners c
higher authority of the core of engineers to get extra water off the missouri basin today. >> otherwise, mark fletcher's 200 barn must carry less cargo or risk running aground. that means more trips request lighter loads costing them 100,000 dollars a week. >> so, the shippers are going to have to charge more which means they're going to have to pass that onto the consumer. >> 60% of america's grain exports are shipped on the mississippi. >> these barge aren't the only way but they are the cheapest way. >> stranded barges have already stopped river traffic for hours. the colonel says he is sympathetic but his job is to look beyond this winter. >> what we do know is these draughts are typically not one year events and we are in the beginning of the draught. >> so, mark fletcher and the bark industry are making plans, too, for lower water and the economic damage they worry is about to roll down this river. seth done, cbs muse. >>> one arizona man just claimed his share of last week's $587 million power ball jackpot. he's remaining anonymous but he lives in fountain hill arizona. he is in
the world as malnutrition. in missouri one high school looked at the problem of overweight kids and is doing something about it. seth doan reports. >> hi, brandy, how are you? >> reporter: spend a minute in the nurse's office at truman high school in independence, missouri, and you'll immediately notice something troubling. what problems are you seeing? >> we see type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, people with joint pains, arthritis, stress, anxiety, depression from being above a healthy weight. >> reporter: the school nurse told us that 40% of students at truman high were overweight or obese. two years ago she was part of a districtwide program to test students' body fat. >> it's very concerning to see that they're dealing with adult illnesses at such a young age, and you just worry about where they're going to be in the future. >> we have a major issue with kids because of what they're eating, what they're not eating, the lack of exercise. this is a crisis in our country. >> reporter: a crisis that school superintendent jim hinson saw was undermining his school in absenteeism and lower t
the world as malnutritioon. seth doane tells us about a missouri high school fighting the problem. >> hi, brandy, how are you? >> reporter: spend a minute in the nurse's office at truman high school in independence, missouri, and you'll immediately notice something troubling. what problems are you seeing? >> we see type two diabetes, high blood pressure. people with joint pains, arthritis, stre swrierkt depression. from being above a healthy weight >> reporter: school nurse lori halsey tells us 40% of students at truman high were overweight or obese. two years ago, he was part of a district-wide program to test students' body fat. >> you worry where they are going to be in the future. >> we have a major issue in kids because what they're eating, what they're not eating, the lack of exercise. this is a crisis in our country. >> reporter: the crisis that school superintendent jim hinson saw in his school. through higher rates of absenteeism, illness, and lower test scores. he attacked the problem with mandatory nutrition classes in grades k-12. >> at the >> how many of you use a measuring
the mississippi and missouri rivers meet. >> if you look over my shoulder, you can see that big sandbank that lines the mississippi. that gives you an idea of how low the water is. the rapidly arriving at a point where it will no longer be cost-effective for the barges to push north of the ohio river. the whole thing is enhanced by federal policy. this is where the missouri and mississippi river, to the other. they are currently withholding water that would flow down in this direction. the missouri river says the missouri river basin needs to take care of it needs first. the water that would flow down here is being withheld. you have companies like nighthawk call in illinois, they are telling their employees they will have to shut down. they are talking about shutdowns. they are talking about employees, hundreds of them, going through the holidays without a paycheck. until that time, the only team that will make the situation here better is rain in the midwest and it is not forecasted. connell: a big economic story. mike tobin. dagen: thank you, mike. games like farmville baby able to so
or as much time as he needs to consume to the gentleman from missouri, mr. luetkemeyer, the primary sponsor of this bill. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. luetkemeyer: thank you, mr. speaker, thank you, chairman capito, for yielding. i rise in strong support of the amended version of h.r. 5817, the eliminate privacy confusion act. under current law, financial institutions are required to provide annual privacy notices explaining information sharing practices to customers. banks and credit unions are required to give these notices even if their privacy notices have not changed. this creates not only waste for financial institutions but confusion among and increased cost to consumers. in his book entitled "the financial crisis and free market cure,"ellis reports that one bank offered at the end of its privacy notice to pay $100 to any customer that read the privacy notice in full. year after -- only one person kid. let's think about this cost for a second. this outdated requirement doesn't cost only in postage alone but also costs in compliance costs, cost of supplies
if convicted. >> and missouri family stated that $587 million power bought tickets. the missouri lottery officials stated that they issued them this oversized check. cindy's stated that she bought the ticket headed fool martlet wednesday night and this was hours before the draw. the couple stated that they would share their wealth with their children and their adoptive daughter. they also plan to donate to charities and lottery officials are still working to confirm that the apart paul wenner is in arizona. >> still to come on kron 4 news we do have renee whethrainy weather. here is the san mateo bridge and the traffic is moving okay. should be extra careful heading out. [ male announcer ] this december, remember -- you can stay in and share something... ♪ ♪ ...or you can get out there with your friends and actually share something. ♪ the lexus december to remember sales event is on, offering some of our best values of the year. this is the pursuit of perfection. >> stanford and ucla battled it out last night in palo alto for a spot in the rose bowl. gary will show you one, later i
repartirÁn el premio de mÁs de 580 millones de dÓlares, una pareja de missouri y otro de o phoenix, que no han sido iden f identificados, ya conocemos como reacciono al verse multimillo r multimillonaroi >> aÚn no sabemos su nombre, r pero estros trabajadores fueron testigos de la reaccion euforica de uno de los 2 afortunados del powerball al descubrir que teÍaa el boleto ganador, un hombre e cerca de phoenix llego con su r traje de neon y comenzo a rev a revisar sus numeros, despuÉs lo vemos saltando con aires de t u triunfo y le muestra el boleto a varios de los presentes, test o testigos aseguran que no paro de gritar que habÍa ganado, casi se le olvida echar gasolina, luego se fue abrumado por tanta dicha, en missouri, los otros ganadores del premio gordo recibieron un c cheque de mÁs de 293 millones de dÓlares, los dichosos padres dicen que comaprtiran su fortuna con 3 hijos mayores y una hija a adoptada de china, y donaran el dinero >> aÚn estamos en shock, es s r surrealista, la gente no nos d j deja de preguntarq haremos con e el dinero, solo quiero irme a la c
winning ticket for that record powerball jackpot. a couple in missouri came forward yesterday to claim their share of the prize. a cool $136 million after taxes. abc's alex perez has the story. >> reporter: meet the family that has 293 million reasons to smile this morning. >> i called my husband. said i was going to have a heart attack. >> reporter: two years ago, mark hill and his wife, cindy, were both unemployed. today, they are powerball jackpot millionaires. the second-largest in lottery history. >> we're still stunned by what's happened. it's surreal. >> reporter: the hills accepted their giant check friday, with three sons and adopted daughter, jaden, at the same high school in dearborn, missouri, where the couple first met, nearly four decades ago. >> we remember when they were high school sweethearts. >> wish i had been nicer to them when they were kids. >> reporter: the numbers, collected by quick pick. the following day, mark called from his job at a hot dog packing plant and claimed the prize. but the big question remains, who bought that second winning ticket in arizona?
, missouri a 25 year old nfl player was involved in two shootings. the nfl stadium is in lock down. we'll go live to elizabeth. >> yeah, uma, we know that 25 year old kansas city chiefs player died of a self inflected gunshot. police have not released the name because the incident is under investigation. they do say the shootings are connected and happened within five miles was each other. first neighborhood in kansas city . the second shooting happened in the teams training facility near the stadium which is why the facility was on lock down and continues to be on lock down. here is a spokesperson from the police department. listen. >> when we arrived, a lady came out and said her daughter was shot by her boyfriend several times inside of the residence. we got a call in regard to the person in the parking lot with a handgun. the black man talked to the coaches out in the parking lot and as officers pulled up and they heard the gunshot and the individual took his own life. >> we have heard from the kansas city chiefs team. they have released a statement. we can confirm there was an incident
, everybody. >> hi, i'm senator roy blunt from missouri. as we bring 2012 to a close, leaders in washington have an opportunity to kick off the new year by working together to solve some of the challenges facing our country today. at a time when our federal debt topped a record $16 trillion, it has been more than three years since a democrat leaders in the senate passed a federal budget. the senate majority leaders refuse to bring any appropriations bill to the floor this entire year. there is a saying that when you fail to plan, you plan to fail. that is exactly what they have been doing. small businesses and farm families to not know how to deal with the unfair death tax, that the president has threatened to expand to include even more families marsden -- family farms and small businesses. energy projects and to the united states are being held back by federal obstacles of all kinds and the keystone xl pipeline is hanging in the bomb -- balance because the president has refused to move forward on what should have been an easy decision for more energy and more jobs. republicans hope to wor
attorney general of missouri in his first place for public office. missouri voters elected him to the u.s. senate in 1976. they reelected him in 1982 and 1988, for a total of 18 years of service. the senator initiated major legislation in international trade, telecommunications, health care, research and development, transportation, and civil rights. he was later appointed special counsel by janet reno. he later represented the united states as u.s. ambassador to the united nations and served as a special envoy to sudan. he has been a great friend to missouri, st. louis, and washington university. please join me in welcoming him now. [applause] >> thank you. thank you very much. i owe our speaker an apology. when you hear the apology, you are going to conclude that i am a really terrible human being. i am the kind of person who takes advantage of a friend, especially a friend who is vulnerable. when he is vulnerable, i pounce. tonight's origin was a rehearsal dinner the night before the wedding of victoria will, george's only daughter. george was standing on the edge of the hotel ballro
in surplus. illinois, the dakotas in debt. missouri is your equivalent of in greece, a permanent bailout. the thing is, whereas markets are amazing institutions for allocating existing goods and services among consumers, they are chronically bad at creating a balance between deficit and surplus regions. a geographic problem, and intertemporal. remember -- if that comes first, suddenly the money lender who later becomes a banker who later becomes wall street plays a hugely significant role in this process. the banker is the conduit of that recycling mechanism. when they get an increase in proportion as the result of their mediation of that process. given that, a failure of the banker is not the same thing as the failure of a clothes maker. suddenly, there are two things that must happen. one, society will demand that banks are not allowed to go to the wall. then bankers are affectively given carte blanche, free money for themselves. and the whole mechanism breaks down like in 2008. it is often said in the eurozone, we made a huge error in europe of binding disparate economies by means o
your still the greatest poet from missouri. [laughter] how faint that praise is. to be judged by the fact the other poet from misery is me. sometimes i say t.s. eliot and i are the reserve school of poetry. [laughter] we do have differences. i am from kansas city which during my childhood was known in as the gateway to the west. he was from st. louis and the government builds the arch okhotsk and proclaimed themselves gateway to the west and we called them mound city. we think of st. louis as the exit to the east of. [laughter] there's similarities between t.s. eliot and me. we both use foreign languages in our poetry. he tends to use more sanskrit. actually don't know much of it. i was a kid who'd got dreamy during sanskrit class in kansas city, missouri. [laughter] to look out the window. i use some yiddish. [laughter] it is fair to say that t.s. eliot was not partial to yiddish. my shortest poem uses yiddish. it was called something like this societal political and philosophical implications of the o.j. simpson trial. the title does not count. the plan was o.j. or a vague
off the fiscal cliff. while a family in missouri is planning a pretty good holiday after winning more than $100 million. what the power ball winners plan to do with all that cash. the hill family, come on up. >> now they are talking about what it was like when they realized their numbers had come up. >> i said we have won the lottery i said what? >> my dad called me 8:30 in the morning and it was probably almost noon before i moved again. >> shepard: special request from the winner's daughter. >> jayden what did you want for christmas? >> a pony. >> shepard: shouldn't be a problem. does this surveillance video actually show a man realizing that he is one of the power ball winners? >> he gave me the ticket and said did i really win? >> the moment apparently one learned that he is a multimillionaire. and battle for control of the internet. >> the rumor that has leaked out has kind of been terrifying. >> more than 190 nations considering how to regulate the worldwide web. and experts say their decisions could end the net as we know it but first from fox this friday night. today we got to
on halloween, a college town, columbia, missouri, ryan ferguson and chuck erickson both at 17 considerably underage had gained entry to a college bar, a hangout named -- >> by george. >> reporter: by george. >> we showed up at the club, got in, started dancing, having a good time. >> reporter: that's pretty young to be able to get into a club. >> ts a college town, a university. it's the way people live in college towns. everybody wants to be in the mix, hang out. >> reporter: it was ryan's older sister, kelly, who helped sneak them in. >> i remember seeing ryan and chuck one time in there. and ryan was talking to a flamingo-dressed girl who was very tall. they seemed to be having lots of fun. >> reporter: outside raucous music carried through empty streets till closing time, 1:30 a.m. 2:00 a.m., four blocks away, it was quitting time at the local paper, "the columbia daily tribune." and the deadline for rookie sports writer michael boyd. that's your deadline. >> that's the deadline tgo. >> reporter: boyd walked in the parking lot, encountered his boss, the revered sports editor, kent. as
presidente de egipto mohamed morsi. >>> un mecánico de missouri y su mujer obtuvieron el cheque de 293 millones de dólares al comprar uno de los dos boletos premiados en el powerball, dijeron en rueda de prensa que siguen con los pies en al tierra que no dejarn que la suma se les suba a la cabeza, el dueño del otro boleto ganador, aún no ha sido identificado. >>> el primer perro del país, o sea la mascota presidencial, inspecciona los regalos de navidad, le diremos de qué se trata además de sus comentarios de facebook y twitter, ya regresamos ♪. ♪. >>> para despedirnos, tenemos una visita de navidad a la casa blanca ♪. hace algunos días la primera dama michelle obama inspeccinó las decoraciones de navidad, con familiares de militares, ahora le tocó a bob el perro de la familia que pasó revista a los regalos de la familia, pero la mascota presidencial también es protagonista ,porque la imagen de bob aparece en 40 copos y
, new york, illinois, missouri, te xas, california. she would help the bank when times were bad. she was the largest individual lender to the new york city government. she lived in the gilded age when society lived lavishly but she rebelled the opulence. she loved her children and friends, lived a simple life. she was caring of those who befriended her and she would show great affection and would say because he does not know how rich i am. living her life as she deemed best to have a career and a mother to her clever investing she showed that women were the equal of any man with newspapers around the world they claimed her the queen up on wall street. and she was "the richest woman in america". there are a lot of sayings of her words of wisdom. she did have a good sense of humor. if you have any questions i would love to answer. >> do you have evidence. >> know. that they should have the right to vote. i found usually successful women like gertrude bell did not believe of women's suffrage, margaret thatcher did not, in zero gandhi they want to make their way in a man's world. >> eigh
. >> missouri senator ray blunt says that politicians on both sides have irresponsibility, but tax hikes will not do much to address the nation's debt. >> it will not pay one-third of the annual interest now on this massive $16 trillion debt. >> the house returns to washington sunday evening when the before a deal needs to be reached. it is likely that negotiators will be burning the midnight oil. >> a 23-year-old indian woman who was raped and viciously beaten in new delhi has died from her injuries. her body is being flown back to new delhi from singapore were she was being treated. in an unprecedented display of grief and anger, protesters are mourning her death. the victim, a medical student has not been identified. the protesters have vowed that her death will not be in vain. in new delhi, a report -- it is reported on average every 15 hours. >> it is the kind of insensitive treatment that some of the politicians and some of the people. >> some of the people like us have come not to do not normally protest because nobody is safe in the city anymore. >> the woman died of severe inter
alert now. in the midwest, police need your help. a manhunt in missouri for this man. 30 year old gary. wanted for the murder of a washington county had sheriff's deputy. it happened in mineral springs. local police were assisting the ambulance call were ambushed and the officer killed. the suspect ran off in the woods. he is 6-2 inches tall. and wearing camouflage and considered armed and dangerous. threetthreese police are searching for him. he is believed to be armed. gena . a developing store tore. newtown, connecticut. a town of 30,000 or less than that in fact. some of the journalgist that i am speaking with that are local here meptioned that new tune is a center and maybe look at the school district as a great one to choose for the children because it is it so nice. we'll reflect on the sights and sounds as the evensub unnolded. >> it doesn't seem real . it doesn't seem possible. nit is no words. >> it is sheer terror . and sense of urgeency. and you know to get to your child and to be there to protect them. >> there imagine phone call and the schools are on look down . i have a
's consumerwatch, what's behind the industrywide plans to charge you more. >> a missouri couple who were once both out of work will no longer have to worry about money. the legacy they plan to leave now that they are megamillion areas. >> cbs 5 hi-def doppler is zoomed down to pleasanton, livermore, san ramon, dublin, seeing some scattered showers moving through but nothing like what we saw this morning. but now the ground is saturated. can't hold anymore water. we'll talk about this next soaker moving in and when it's going to move out coming up. ,, [ crickets chirping ] [ traffic passing ] ♪ [ music box: lullaby ] [ man on tv, indistinct ] ♪ [ lullaby continues ] [ baby coos ] [ man announcing ] millions are still exposed to the dangers... of secondhand smoke... and some of them can't do anything about it. ♪ [ continues ] [ gasping ] thousands of pg&e customerst also drivers. the lights were out on the bay bridge r part of the early morning commute. lights came back on >>> power outages affected pg&e customers and drivers. the lights were out on the bay bridge for part of the early- morni
on lawns in glendale, missouri. it comes with very specific instructions too. you keep them for 24 hours and then pack him up and put him on someone else's yard someone with kids of course. but no one seems to know who is behind this new fangled holiday tradition. >> oh, my gosh, yes. totally dying to know who started it. >> i don't know how we'll find out. [ laughter ] >> maybe it will always be a mystery. >> well, for now, santa will keep moving from home to home surprising each and every new family in missouri. >> that's a big one. >> it is. but i like it. >> 4:57. >>> fugitive john mcafee is speaking out, what he said he lied about to escape belize. >> plus making sure the season stays bright. what bart is doing to keep all the shoppers safe. >> a day after a big fire sent chemical-laden smoke up in the air, investigators are still waiting to get in. tell you what's next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, plus: they're living up to r name. king tides pound the >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >> the smoke has cleared but the investigation has yet to begin here at the scene of a fire in
were injured. one state over in missouri, salt trucks were busy preparing the roads for expected heavy snowfall. transportation officials mark sheldon warned holiday travelers. >> certainly, those roads are slick. if you don't have to get out, please don't get out. >> reporter: the storm system caused heavy snow in the midwest, brought heavy rains and wind to the south, and shrouded the city of atlanta in fog. at least two reported tornadoes touched down in the houston area. one man was killed when a toppled tree flattened his pickup truck. by mid-afternoon, nearly 70,000 people in the houston area were without power. meteorologist david bernard says it's only going to get worse. >> this is a wide-ranging storm, as far as impacts go. there's a tornado threat in the south all the way into the southeast for tomorrow. north of that, arkansas into tennessee, indiana, parts of missouri and even into ohio, the threat will be for blizzard conditions developing later tonight and tomorrow. >> reporter: and all that bad weather is tracking east, with the bulk of it hitting the northeast by wedne
, missouri, it's a working christmas for the department of public works. crews say they're ready for whatever comes their way. >> on christmas night there's a lot of people traveling to their family's houses and then they gotta get home at some point. >>reporter: as this white christmas mess pushes onward, millions more are in its path, meaning plans for the latter half of the holiday week could be in jeopardy. here's where the snow is falling, three to five inches in oklahoma city, but that's just the beginning. here's where the threat will be. look at paducah, blizzard warnings posted tonight. we're going to watch all this snow move into the northeast. we could see a foot plus of snow in western new york tomorrow. one person who's not complaining about all the snow, santa. he's earned one long vacation. i'm elizabeth coradin reporting. >>> and people in our area got a white christmas exactly what they were dreaming of. and when you looked out the window on christmas eve, this is what you saw. it wasn't much snow, but it left a big mess on the ground. things appeared white, but you know, m
in parts of the plains, missouri you can see snow and ice in northern arkansas and rain in storms. new york city, the ball drops right in the 30s, it will feel okay and then colder on new year's day. >>> some tense moments for a night airlines flight heading for denver upon the plane losing a panel right off taking off from missouri. the pilot circling the airport and then landing safely. not clear what caused that panel to fall off. >>> and new and chilling images of the crash landing in moscow. a fifth person has died. kirit radia has though images from moscow tonight. >> reporter: the terrifying moment of impact was captured on a car's dashboard camera. watch as the plane slams into the side of the highway sending debris flying, the plane's tire smashing into the car ahead. miraculously, no one on the highway was killed. the russian-made tupolev 204 was trying to land at moscow's vnukovo airport on saturday when it skidded off the runway and crashed into the side of the highway, splirnting into three pieces and bursting into flames. the red wings air flight was arriving from the czech re
. it has been snowing all the way from kansas to oklahoma, eastward across missouri. look how close we are to the line. the north and extent of that snow. here are the statistics. let me run this down for you. the normal is only about 499. it is 10 percent normal. it is mainly been going on north and west of us. the heavier snowpack that has been in place. we're still at 32. 35 at midway. that is the longest streak of subfreezing daytime high temperatures that we've had on record. the wind chill is 22. look at the snow on the radar. some of this is up in the clouds. there is rain on the south end of this latest weather system. our model shows that the scenario will cover about the southern half of our viewing area. snow showers coming down the lake after that and running down into parts of indiana and michigan. there will not be a lot of snow. even downstate areas. if you had selfs to valparaiso, not exactly downstate. those are not huge toes. here's a better look at what occurs truly downstate. the winter weather advisers for accumulating snow down south. even some winter storm w
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